National Women’s Memorial
Commemorating the 26,000 women and children who died in British concentration camps during the 1899-1902 Anglo-Boer War, the National...
Anglo-Boer War Museum
Behind the National Women’s Memorial, the Anglo-Boer War Museum has some interesting displays, including photos from concentration camps...
The African National Congress (ANC) party was born in a shanty town 5km outside Bloemfontein in 1912. Today, you can experience life,...
A popular college hang-out with funky Japanese pop art on bright-red walls, throbbing music and lots of pool tables. If the noise is...
Jazz Time Café
This hip eatery has an interesting menu featuring zippy zivas – Yemeni-style layered dough wrapped around a variety of fillings (such...
Lonely Planet review
Opened by the Prince of Wales – the future Edward VIII – in 1925, Kings Park is the city’s largest green open space and home to more than 4000 rose bushes. It’s a wonderfully colourful and deliciously fragrant place. Inside the park, you’ll find the Bloemfontein Zoo. Established in 1906, it is best known for its large primate collection. The entrance is on Henry St.